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Sundays In Spring

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Sundays In Spring
Nov 16, 2009 Sepia Hours
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Sepia Hours is the solo project of Sébastien Biset, a young Belgian musician. This is his first release. Below you'll find his bio: I had to centre all my ideas and desires into 7 tracks without falling back on the too brazen sound impulses that do not contribute to a coherent whole. Having privileged the musical aspect with the detriment of any experimentation, it appears however that research on the voice had come to a dispersion of the words in certain pieces. Words become echoes, they...
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Topics: Indie, Post-Rock, Indie-tronica
Sundays In Spring
Oct 30, 2009 Pokett
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Pokett is a e-folk music project by Stephane Garry with a first wonderful record, Crumble, released last year on Intercontinental Records and Scientific Laboratories. http://www.pokett.tk/ http://www.scientificlaboratories.com/ http://www.intercontinentalrecords.fr.st/
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Topics: Indie, Folk
Sundays In Spring
Jul 16, 2008 V.O.
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Wonderful songwriting reminiscent of jim o'rourke, the sea & cake, etc by the gifted and hyperactive musician, Boris Gronemberger. He plays in several bands, such as Grinberg, The Grandpiano, Zop Hopop, Ishinabe, and Raymondo. He is also French singer Françoiz Breuts live guitar player. Besides, he developped a more personal project, V.O., with whom he played in particular at the Pukkelpop Festival 2000. This one melts intimate songwriting, post-rock à la Tortoise and subtle electronics.
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Topics: Folk, indie electronic